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Only here for 1 night for a connection onto Iguazu falls This is Brazil's largest city. We had a morning stroll to Ibirapuera park which is in the city centre and watched a bit of the marathon that was taking place. We have loved Brazil and now very excited to see Argentina! Next stop ...
... to the monument that marks the founding of the city. the old mission church down there still exists and we walked over to it but pictures were not allowed. Needless to say, it was much smaller than the Cathedral.
From here we got back on the bus and continued the tour via bus on our way to lunch. As we drove up the hill through some slightly more up-scale neighborhoods Fernando explained that this part of the city was called "Higieneopolis" and ...
... in the city and its foundation mark. We rode through the "busy streets" which didn't seem too busy at all, and visited the beautiful Se Cathedral. We also saw a great deal of the aspects of everyday life, such as homeless people living on the streets in the cold rain, as well as a very large Japanese market. We were able to experience many different districts including the financial district, as well as the ...
... we might as well save money by staying at our original hostel which was sufficient, but no more. Thus after 4 hours of wandering the streets we checked back in to our original hostel for 2 more nights L
Here is a summary of our main complaints about this hostel (for a more comprehensive list please email) - when having a shower you must run the tap for 5mins before hoping in, the water is cold, then goes scalding hot, then frozen cold again before heating up, and at this ...
... you weren´t going to miss it. In the afternoon we kick backed and relaxed at the nearby park. It too was full of museums but again because of carnival they were closed another day.
When it came to leaving Sao Paulo we decided to catch the subway across town to the bus station. It had been so quiet and nothing like Rio, we felt it wouldn´t be too bad with all our bags with us. But oh wow this was the wrong thing to do, ...
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